3.25" ParaTrooper Bait Mold

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  • 3.25" ParaTrooper Bait Mold
  • 3.25" ParaTrooper Bait Mold
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Description

3.25" ParaTrooper Bait Mold (4 cavity)

0.60" thick legs for tail action on very light weight jigs.

Pair it with the A.i. skirt mold and increase your action.

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10 Reviews

  • 5
    Twin tail creature bait

    Posted by Todd Allen Wieseman on 21st Jul 2021

    I have had this awhile, but was busy making tubes and stickbaits. Finally got around to shooting a ton with this mold. It’s now my favorite mold from you guys. It’s extremely easy to shoot. Laminates perfectly and the smallmouth bass love it. I’ve caught close to 100 smallmouth on this in three trips. I’m ordering two more molds soon.

  • 5
    Paratrooper mold

    Posted by Jay Bram on 13th Jun 2021

    Excellent mold!! pours great! Great communication!! Will order agin!!

  • 5
    Paratrooper

    Posted by tony shaw on 22nd Apr 2021

    Bait was smaller than I expected. However, I did find another "on the water" application as a finesse bait. Looks great in the water and has great action

  • 5
    Paratrooper is a Smallmouth Killer

    Posted by Jamey R Hicks on 15th Apr 2021

    Catches smallmouth when nothing else will. Perfect shooting every time. Awesome mold

  • 5
    3.25" PARATROOPER BAIT MOLD

    Posted by Jason on 5th Mar 2021

    This mold shoots so good and easy. I was able to make some killer looking frogs. Hand pour some plastisol in the cavities on one side for the belly and then close it up and shoot it up. Very good mold.

  • 5
    Fun mold to shoot. Does a great job.

    Posted by Neil Ingram on 23rd Feb 2021

    This is very popular with everyone. Great to fish with.

  • 5
    Excellent quality

    Posted by Mike Absher on 31st Aug 2020

    Fit and finish was the best of any mold I own

  • 5
    pours easy

    Posted by Brett Bourlet on 5th Mar 2020

    you will love this bait, the bass do

  • 5
    Paratrooper

    Posted by Chris Abrell on 11th Feb 2020

    I can see this having a lot more uses than just a Ned creature. Well done!

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